Big, fast, and increasingly expensive, the Nissan GT-R has already proved what it can do on track, but that's not stopping the brand from dropping a new Track Edition of the car for gearhead consumption at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show.

In this gallery, you'll see the 2014 GT-R Track Edition in all of its desert-bound glory--though oddly, not on a track.

Due to reach dealerships in May, the GT-R Track Edition is limited to just 150 units in the U.S.

Along with the special name, it gets some track-tuned elements, like a firmer suspension with Bilstein DampTronic dampers, brake ducts, a rear seat delete, and aerodynamic tweaks. The suspension for the Track Edition was developed on the Nürburgring, naturally.

Other small tweaks to the 545-horsepower beastie include new fuel injectors for better torque response from 4,500-6,000 rpm, an additional oil-pan baffle, and an aluminum nameplate bearing the name of the engine builder.

Nissan hasn't yet revealed how much the Track Edition will add to the GT-R's $99,590 base price.